- Librería: General secondhand bookshop Calvello Books (Owl & Co. Bookshop) (Stati Uniti)
- Año de publicación: 2011
- Editor: University of California Press
- EAN: 9780520270336
- Sugetos: Enologia
- Encuadernación: Hardcover Fine(-)
- Edición: 1st ed. 1st printing
- Lugar de publicación: Berkeley
- Condiciones: Fine; extremely slight shelfwear to d.j.
Large green cloth octavo in illus green d.j.; 279 pages ; 24 cm Inscribed by the author. || "Gerald Asher, who served as Gourmet's wine editor for thirty years, has drawn together this selection of his essays, published in Gourmet and elsewhere, for the collective insight they give into why a wine should always be an expression of a place and a time. Guiding the reader through twenty-seven diverse wine regions in France, Italy, Spain, Germany, and California, he shows how every wine worth drinking is a reflection of its terroir - in the broadest sense of that untranslatable word. In evocative reminiscences of wines, winemakers, and the meals he has had with them, he weaves together climate, terrain, and local history, sharing his knowledge and experience so skillfully that we learn as we are entertained and come to understand, gradually, that the meaning and pleasure of a wine lie always in the context of its origin and in the concurrence of where how, and with whom we enjoy it."